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Lakas-CMD adopts Bongbong Marcos as presidential bet for 2022

Political party Lakas-CMD has officially adopted the son of former dictator and presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos as their presidential bet.

Marcos is running in tandem with Lakas-CMD vice presidential bet and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte.

“Whereas, as Chairman of Lakas-CMD, Mayor Sara Zimmerman Duterte was given the authority and power to choose her presidential running mate,” the resolution read.

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“Resolved, as it is hereby resolved, that presidential candidate senator Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr. is hereby unanimously adopted as the candidate for President of Lakas-CMD and running mate of vice-presidential candidate of Lakas-CMD, Mayor Sara Zimmerman Duterte,” it added.

The resolution also allowed Lakas-CMD president Martin Romualdez to forge political alliance.

“Whereas, the leaders of several political parties, have expressed interest in establishing an alliance with Lakas-CMD for the May 9, 2022 national and local elections,” the resolution stated.

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“Resolved as it is hereby resolved, that the President, Ferdinand Martin Romualdez is hereby authorized to set the terms and conditions of the joint undertakings of Lakas-CMD and the preferred political parties toward the victory of their official candidates in the May 09, 2022 national and local elections,” it added.

The Davao mayor thanked the party for adopting Marcos to the party.

“I know that you have many friends outside of LAKAS-CMD and I hope that you will take timeout to talk to them and invite them to join the LAKAS-CMD-PFP Uniteam Alliance for the May 2022 elections. Thank you everyone,” she said. (TDT)

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